CFP: 2021 Design Methodologies Conference (DMC) - Hybrid - July 14-15

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The IEEE Power Electronics Society is launching the first Design Methodologies Conference (DMC) bringing together Design Automation, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Cyber-Physical Security methodologies for power electronics applications.

The Design Methodologies for Power Electronics Conference – DMC will be organized as a hybrid conference and it will be held on July 14th and 15th 2021 in Bath, UK and online. The attendees will have an excellent opportunity for networking, technical learning, and cross pollination of ideas. We will give our best to make this conference a watermark moment for the power electronics society.

Conference Website: https://attend.ieee.org/dmc-2021/

The important milestones are:
• Deadline for submissions of digests - Feb 5th 2021
• Notification of acceptance - March 5th 2021
• Deadline for final manuscripts - May 7th 2021
• Dates of the conference - July 14th-15th 2021

Additional information for the call for papers is available on the website: https://attend.ieee.org/dmc-2021/

Please submit your digest here https://edas.info/N28053 and find the digest template here https://attend.ieee.org/dmc-2021/wp-content/uploads/sites/269/DIGEST-template-final.docx

Conference topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

TRACK #1: DESIGN AUTOMATION for COMPONENT DESIGN in POWER ELECTRONICS

Magnetics design optimization
New device models
Model order reduction
Automatic testing and verification techniques
Optimization techniques

TRACK #2: DESIGN AUTOMATION for SYSTEM DESIGN and ANALYSIS in POWER ELECTRONICS

Automated design of power electronics systems
Automated circuit and layout synthesis
Optimization techniques
Design space exploration
Hardware and Power in the Loop
Digital Twin
Considerations of lifetime prediction

TRACK #3: CYBERSECURITY APPLICATIONS in POWER ELECTRONICS

Firmware compromise detection and integrity verification
Cyber‐physical attacks and approaches for hardware hardening
Integration of hardware‐ and software‐based hardening solutions
Device-level and system-level cybersecurity challenges and solutions
Resilient power electronic control
Testbeds for investigation of cyber-security incidents and mitigation schemes

TRACK #4: AI / ML and DATA-DRIVEN TECHNIQUES for POWER ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS

Artificial Intelligence in the power electronics control
Estimation and maintenance of power electronics systems
Condition monitoring, Anomaly Detection and Fault Diagnosis

Let’s create the future together!
See you in Bath!

Professor Peter Wilson
IEEE DMC 2021 General Chair

Dr Miroslav Vasic
IEEE DMC 2021 Technical Program Chair


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